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Silver Hill shooting victim dies

One of the victims of Saturday’s shooting at Silver Hill, Christ Church has died. Andrew Prescod, 34, of Welches, Oistins, Christ Church, succumbed…

Emergency shutdown at the Belle Pumping Station

Emergency shutdown at the Belle Pumping Station

The Belle Pumping Station was shut down from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. today. The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) said this was done…

Mara Thompson not in support of gutter politics

Mara Thompson not in support of gutter politics

With talk of gutter politics assuming prominence ahead of general election constitutionally due in the coming months, Member of Parliament (MP) Mara Thompson…

Fogging schedule for October 23-27

Fogging schedule for October 23-27

The Ministry of Health will continue its efforts to rid the island of dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases by fogging a number of…

More Barbadians looking to foreign universities for their tertiary education

More Barbadians looking to foreign universities for their tertiary education

More Barbadian students are considering overseas universities for their tertiary education. Speaking Saturday at an education fair held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford…

White Hill residents feel totally forgotten by the authorities

White Hill residents feel totally forgotten by the authorities

Residents in White Hill, St Andrew have grown weary of waiting for the authorities to fix the road leading to their community. On…

Police make appeal as they investigate latest road fatality

Police make appeal as they investigate latest road fatality

Police are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed this morning’s accident which resulted in the death of June Sonia Knight to contact…

UWI Chancellor issues challenge to graduates

UWI Chancellor issues challenge to graduates

As the 2017 graduates of the Cave Hill campus of the University of West Indies accepted their diplomas this morning, they were reminded…

Labour Minister urges employers to build paper trail

Labour Minister urges employers to build paper trail

Employers are being encouraged to put in writing, complaints about workers who do not perform in order to counter accusations of unfair dismissal,…



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If recent public opinion polls were anything to go by, it would seem that the next election  is a far-gone conclusion and that the Mia Mottley-led Barbados Labour…

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I remember Robert Best

I remember Robert Best

I got my first job offer in Queen’s Park one December afternoon a few days after Christmas in 1958. With three other sons to feed…

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Focus on newcomers in Barbados Pride squad

Focus on newcomers in Barbados Pride squad

Despite the badly rain-hit Barbados Pride practice matches, there were a few inspiring performances which must lead to at least three players making their first-class debuts in the…

Holder’s men seeking to dominate

Holder’s men seeking to dominate

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe – For the first time in some while, West Indies will enter a Test series with the title of firm favourites, when they take on minnows…

Bitter-sweet hockey

Bitter-sweet hockey

Today, Barbados’ Lady Tridents were hoping to feed off the momentum of their male counterparts who on Thursday night defeated Mexico. But when they took to the Cliff…

West Terrace duo shine on court

West Terrace duo shine on court

West Terrace Primary have swept zone four of the 2017 Cave Shepherd, Berger Royale and A One Supermarkets National Primary Schools Road Tennis Championship. Playing with the duo…

Bajans bruised

Bajans bruised

It rained heavily on Barbados today. But this deluge was overseas and it wasn’t as a result of nimbus clouds. This was caused by nimble attackers who collectively…

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Be Prepared

Be Prepared

With over a month before the 2017 hurricane season officially ends, Barbadians are being encouraged to…

Belmont students show they care

Prison officers shine


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Many go job hunting in international business

Many go job hunting in international business

More Barbadians are keen to work in the international business sector despite the challenges it was…

Soldiering through disaster

Queens Park back with a bang